Buddha is recognised as an Avatar of Vishnu , a fact he never denied. He also borrowed heavily the Hindu concepts and one can conclude he was part of the Hindu pantheon.
We all have motivations for sharing our thoughts online. In this short essay I share my reasons for baring my soul and discussing my discoveries as I move through life as a spiritual sojourner.
This is a country, where tourists from all age group, must visit once – but as a bachelor. Oh wait, do not cancel the trip if you have planned it already with your partner or family, because Thailand will not disappoint any one of you, of any ages. The lush tropical topography and a...
Did you ever think about what it means to live a mindful life? You don't have to be a Buddhist to attempt it. It sounds like a good way to live.
I am trying to tell those who say Buddhists are devil worshipers that they are wrong, and hopefully they will stop this attack, either on the Internet or on the streets.
The article speaks about the sacredness of Temple of Tooth in Sri Lanka. It is situated in Kandy in the hills.
Money cannot buy everything. If you don't agree with me, this poem is nut from your point of view.
The story I read long back and trying to follow maximum....it's very interesting.....(I have uploaded a picture from the net)
The article speaks about the sacredness of Wat Indraviharn Buddha Temple in Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand.
I am a shamanic priest, a nomadic priest of the Order of Shama'an. This is the first part of a book about my education as a shaman and the philosophical knowledge attained from it.
Do you still think what you cannot see don't exist? Why should ours be the only universe? Why should there be only one earth? Aren't we very selfish to believe that?
The Soul unit of Oneness came to be when It of Itself (some call God or Buddha or?) decided to know All of Itself...the fable is told...across infinity It flew scattering parts of Itself..now known as Souls...read on if you will..enjoy....
Bodh Gaya is the holiest place for Budhists who flock to this place from all over the world. Its worth a visiit
Wisdom of age brings many lessons that I share although some hate what I do as I have found out from my friends here.....so continue I will to write the way I do and always will...enjoy...
Non-Buddhists are cooking up stories against Buddhism in order to mess around so as to run down the good name of this religion. My article helps to clarify those cooked up stories so that the Buddhists will continue to have unwavering confidence with their own religion.
The beginning of each culture comes from one small seed carried by beings of wisdom from other places...the part each plays we and them is part of the evolution of man..and all sentient beings too...enjoy
So much goes on on these wikinut pages and I have many loving friends here and also those who are not...but those who in againstness be will find themselves dying slowly and painfully.. that is the Law of Karma..to those who are in loving God bless...
These are the stages a Buddhist go through to attain Nibbana. He does not go to public places boasting about his god and cursing and swearing at the non-believers and say his almighty god will cast all the non-believers to hell.
Buddhism started and originated in India, but its sway ceased after the reign of Ashoka. What could be the reason? Perhaps it was an offshoot of Hinduism and integrated with the mother sect
The article speaks about the beauty of the golden statue of Buddha in the temple in Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand.
The Buddha founded Buddhism in the 6th century BC. He was a high caste Hindu and some of his thoughts and philosophies were influenced by Hinduism. However he did break from the caste system and allowing women to become nuns. He allowed women to become nuns but put stringent condition...
Most times, arranged marriages never have a happily ever after, so on her wedding day Charlotte prays and vows to be the best wife to her Scottish Earl but alas.... he disappears after right their wedding night with her very hefty dowry.
"We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make our world." ~Buddha This article will try to establish that this view of Buddha's was a limited one. We are not limited to our thoughts only, nor are we controlled by them.
Buddha urged us to take a middle path and accept suffering as part and parcel of life. Have we made progress to find a way out of this vicious cycle? It is time we got our priorities right.
This is a group of poems that I wrote please enjoy them.